Yesterday – Bucknell University celebrated ‘Mirrorless Monday’.
— UWG Counseling (@UWGCounseling) February 27, 2017
Irresponsible advice from a counselling service.
Every mirror in the campus was covered for a day so those on the left could all bask in their mutual denial.
The cause of this ‘covering up’ was to create awareness for eating disorders and to ‘prove’ that “true beauty is found in the heart”. I hate to disappoint them but that’s just simply untrue.
Being anorexic is not a lifestyle choice as much as being obese is, and if you are, it’s one way to send yourself to an early grave.
If you’re saying your inability to stop eating is a disorder, I think you just need to put the cake down and stop trying to make the rest of us look at you. It’s a synonymous trait with the left to try to pin their problems on others, and when that doesn’t work, well you just tell everyone they have to accept you for who you are!
I struggle to see what positivity can be attained from an event that probably took more time and money to organise than providing a days free trial at the gym.
Here’s what Twitter would have written on this ‘positivity board’.
#MirrorlessMonday “great for ugly people, incredibly inconvenient for anyone trying to comb their own hair”
— Michael Von Stroke (@MikeMontone) February 28, 2017
my excuse for looking like i just climbed out of a trash can this morning is that it’s #MirrorlessMonday
— shelbæ (@shelbaaaaayyyyy) April 11, 2016
— Ken Stearns (@tplskylrk) February 28, 2017
— Nicole La Hoz (@nlahoz) February 22, 2016
*Covers up a mirror… Takes a selfie.*
I’m glad that British Uni’s haven’t caught onto this but frankly we’re only about 6 months off doing something as ridiculous as this fad.
Please don’t take these people’s advice, if you’re unhealthy you need to do something about it. As for these institutions which are supposed to promote debate and encourage exposure of the facts, their cancer is becoming terminal.